The plough inn? What an odd thing to name a business. Even worse that it's a hotel.
Now that is clever. And convenient! I have no such technology, that I know of... I have an iPhone and there is probably all kinds of amazing things that can be done with it if I were a wee bit more technologically astute. Looking forward to vids now!
You are loving our public houses.Can we have a video of your toilet being broken/fixed?
Can't wait for the videos. I wish my phone would talk to my computer. Alas, I have to email everything to myself.
I love the name Plough Inn. That is really funny. Congrats on the new skillz you learned...one day I will be as smart as you...HA! I don't even know how to do links in my blog!!! I am pathetic.
Who wouldn't love the Dog Whisperer???? Why don't you invite Ceasar over and maybe he could train Elizabeth. . .
I love those old English Inns/Pubs. They always have really great doors.Ellie
diggin the photo FIRST and then your knew found blackberry skilz!
The Plough Inn?.........................................................Oh, I get it! (Where's my coffee?)
I wonder if they rent by the hour.
LMAO At the Plough In
makes me want to drive through the window
*crickets* Oh......"PLOUGH INN" Tee Hee
It's so sunshine-y and blue sky-y! Can't wait for the videos, you Blackberry Pickin' Foo!
So old and beautiful!Where is it?
Any pub is a good pub to me. Kat...step away from the crackberry.
So what kind of business is it? Snort.
The best thing about our country is the pubs. You'll miss them.
Plough Inn.... er.... can you get rooms by the hour there?
Looking forward to seeing your kids 'in action'!
Can't wait to see the videos!
wow wee, now I guess you can plough in...(British humour creasing you yet?)
hahaha! that's what she said.
Looks like a David Winter cottage that i haven.
I think my iPhone can make me milkshakes if I download the right app...
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